PENOYER, Frances V., 97 of Zephyrhills, Florida, aimed for the moon and landed on a star January 26, 2013 at home with her family by her side. She was born in Detroit, Mich. on June 21, 1915 to Frank and Alfreda (Soderberg) Parker. She graduated from Fordson High School in 1934 where she was a member of the swim team. Frances married Allen H. Penoyer in July of 1938. She was predeceased by her parents; a sister, Dorothy; a niece, Allen H., and three grandchildren. She is survived by her eight children, Allen L., Kaye Livo, Carl, Earline (Chris) Hemming, Lois (Gary) Mellberg, Audrey (Rod) Taylor, Alice Minch and Gloria Dabbs; 18 grandchildren, and numerous other relatives. Frances wintered in Zephyrhills for over 45 years and summered in Cheboygan, Mich., her previous long term residence, where she raised her family. She was a successful business person, having opened and operated the Gaela-K Bridal Shop for many years. She loved watching the Price is Right and was privileged to travel to California twice to watch the show in the audience. She enjoyed traveling extensively throughout the U.S. including Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and also made an extended trip to Europe where she visited her mother's birth home in Sweden. She had fulfilled many an hour swimming, quilting, crocheting, volunteering, and playing cards; poker and especially Euchre, which she played up to four times a week in her final months. Frances was a 40+ year member of the Eagles Auxiliary, Moose Auxiliary, Eastern Star and Rebecca Lodge. Special thanks to the Ruby team from Gulfside Regional Hospice for their brief but vital presence. The family would like to offer many, many thanks to her Euchre family for the hundreds of hours of enjoyment and friendship. A Celebration of Life to gather and remember Frances, will be held at the Faternal Order of Eagles, 4149 New River Road, Zephyrhills, Florida, Saturday, February 9, 2013, at 4 p.m. Frances enjoyed a long and healthy life and was an inspiration to many. Cremation has taken place and Interment will take place this summer in Pinehill Cemetery in Cheboygan, Mich.